DOCUMENTARY REVIEW: SUSTAINABLE

DOCUMENTARY REVIEW: SUSTAINABLE

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PMK POST DOCUMENTARY REVIEW: SUSTAINABLE April 6, 2017 Plant Matter Kitchen Industrial farming. Fertilizer runoff. Polluted grounds and soils.This is what sustainable, ethical, environmentally friendly farming practices are trying to combat.The documentary Sustainable is a great resource that highlights the importance of local farming and the impact the practice has on the community, land, food activism, food security, and the healthy, vibrant, and synergetic cultivation of community.THE CRISIS OF FOOD CONSUMPTIONFormer New York Times columnist Mark Bittman notes how food production and consumption are suffering a crisis:“It’s not a crisis that you wake up and see every morning. It’s at a crisis point where you have a health care crisis, where our land and water is being badly used, and [where] agriculture is the number two culprit in climate change.”There…
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It’s About The Taste, Not The Look

It’s About The Taste, Not The Look

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PMK POST It’s About The Taste, Not The Look September 28, 2016 Plant Matter Kitchen We all know that true beauty comes from the inside, for both people and food.Like diamonds in the rough, some of the most beautiful veggies are the ones with their roots intact and with imperfections in their skin.It’s What’s on The Inside That Matters MostPutting aesthetics aside, Rick Cornelissen, Owner & Operator of Eco-Logic Farms, talked exclusively to PMK about how we should value food for its inner beauty, because when it comes to nourishment and flavour, it’s about how food tastes, not about how it looks.Cornelissen has been in the business of food farming for long enough to see how much people’s food knowledge and needs have evolved. Calling attention to how people's vegetable…
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